Divided into two areas, the southern part is bounded on the north by Valenzuela City,
on the east by Quezon City, on the south by Manila, and on the
west by Navotas and Malabon. The northern part, on the other hand,
is bounded on the north by San Jose del Monte City, on the east and south by Quezon City,
and on the west by Valenzuela City.
It has total land area of 55.8 square kilometers and is composed of 188 barangays. South Caloocan is home to the Bonifacio Monument which is the northern
terminus of the Light Railway Transit (LRT I) and soon to be connected to the Metro Rail Transit (MRT). It is also the
northern terminus of Epifanio De Los Santos Avenue (EDSA), the busiest thoroughfare of Metro Manila. Moreover, Caloocan is the exit point
of the North Luzon Expressway and MacArthur Highway, the two main routes to Northern Luzon.
North Caloocan is the site of many residential subdivisions.
Caloocan City has a special place in the history of the Country. It was in this city where many of the first battles
during the Philippine Revolution of 1896 took place.
Caloocan is in need of urban redevelopment. There is a need for modern commercial complexes, mass housing, and tourist facilities.
Places of Interest/ Tourist spots in Caloocan City
- Bonifacio Monument
- San Roque Cathedral
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